Visions from the Edge


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Future Trends - Next 25 Years!

Started by Kate McCallum Oct 6, 2010.

Death and the Powers "Robiotic Opera!"

Started by Kate McCallum Sep 15, 2010.

Emerging Art... 4 Replies

Started by Kate McCallum. Last reply by libramoon Sep 1, 2010.

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Comment by libramoon on June 2, 2011 at 2:25pm
Modern Mania Demands
)mad magicks(
Emerging Visions visionary art 'zine #20
Let Loose
revel in release
and Share
Comment by libramoon on December 10, 2010 at 1:02pm
In this hectic season
take space to journey outward
Emerging Visions visionary art 'zine #19 "Spacing Outward"
has emerged
for your pleasure
~ and share ~
Comment by libramoon on August 9, 2010 at 11:47am
In Honour of Nagasaki Day's 65th
Retire War mentality;
Celebrate beauty
with *Starry Desires* Emerging Visions visionary art 'zine. #18.


Enjoy and Share
Comment by Joanne Warfield on June 20, 2010 at 4:39pm
Fantastic conference Kate. Many conversations to follow up on.

I'll post a few pics. XO, Joanne
Comment by Kate McCallum on March 9, 2010 at 1:02am
If you are not aware of the Global Consciousness Project headed up by Roger Nelson you may wish to review this latest post from Roger:

The recent natural disasters in Haiti and Chile are on all
our minds at some level, and this update gives attention to
them. But I also want to let you know that the Project's
scientific work continues at a good pace. You can read a
synopsis in the update note at

Around here it looks like Spring is arriving, after lots of
snow. The whiteness and the quiet were enchanting for those
of us who did not need to travel. But now we have blooming
snowdrops and crocuses -- and that's not bad.


Roger D. Nelson
Director, Global Consciousness Project
Comment by Kate McCallum on September 12, 2009 at 5:32pm
Jerome C. Glenn, a c3 Advisory Board Member, is one of the top futurists in the world. Jerome is co-founder and Director of the Millennium Project an non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation with 33 Nodes around the world. He is known for inventing of the Futures wheel technique and is cited as an expert on Future studies methodology by RAND Corporation.

As Director of the Millennium Project, Glenn is the primary author on their annual State of the Future reports and editor of Futures Research Methodology 3.0.

Glenn received a BA in Philosophy at The American University and holds an MA in Teaching Social Science focused on Futuristic Curriculum Development from the Antioch University New England. He was a doctoral candidate in futures research at the University of Massachusetts, and has two honorary doctors degrees and honorary professorship.

He will be presenting a talk on behalf of the c3 in Los Angeles on November 15th. More information will be forthcoming.
Comment by Kate McCallum on September 12, 2009 at 5:27pm

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Comment by Kate McCallum on July 24, 2009 at 10:15pm
Comment by Mehmet Sukuroglu on May 31, 2009 at 4:19am
All of the energy found in the universe was present at the moment of the big bang. Music by those patterns perhaps could be stored in the minds of either sender or receiver, could be passed from generations to generations.

The random collisions of the strings on our eardrums produce deviations that are just at the limit of our hearing. If we try as being at the edge, our hearing improves, we can hear the back ground noise. Their velocity of sounds or waves occurs everytime between all of us.

The original idea of a picture or a lyric is music. It’s the melody it self projects the writing slate. The highest form is Opera which is the 3D embodiment.

The music heard sounding within us is a part of the cosmic symphony. We all perceive it with our brains those inspirations... could be poor or sometimes they are some great block perceptions received by the genious people, great musicians... they are already there, we just take it, grasp the collision of those slices.

Where are they coming from, the answer is quatum physics.

There are same languages ground between classical composers and great rock melodies, perhaps vibrating with same pattern, the fabric is same sometimes.

Music is a language which borns it’s librettos, from this librettos vision occurs, so that there are some common lyrics captured by that same inspirations. So visions come from the edge.

In string theory there are eleven dimensions, we only know three. May be the string players are much near than us to hear those vibrations. Improvisations are those they hear it from their finger’s sense from those of vibrations they have tapped one step before. It hasn’t to be composed.

Trying to understand the secrecies of the music and where the inspirations are coming from, we are all at the edges..may be to find out in music carrying the form and codes of the old civilization’s music too. The melodies, the rythm are implanted into what we may call the most tangible waves where they are, very close to us, the parallel universe which we share without knowing, without seeing each other.

Life is a story of a sort of gateway to other realities, different from those we can immediately perceive with our senses, there are always something beyond this world…

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